Toyota has such an outstanding reputation for quality and reliability, so it can be a huge disappointment when your Toyota vehicle turns out to be a lemon requiring repeated trips to the mechanic and mounting repair bills.  California has a strong Toyota Lemon Law, and if you find yourself in this position, call our lemon law attorneys today.  You don’t have to put up with unreliability and chronic defects in a new or used Toyota.  There are legal protections available to you, and they are just a phone call away.

The attorneys at Neale & Fhima are highly specialized in handling Toyota Lemon Law cases and have successfully represented hundreds of clients who have purchased Toyota lemons.  For a free initial consultation about your situation, call us at (888) 407-2955.  We can help!

If you’re stuck with a defective Toyota Camry, Rav4, Highlander or Corolla, don’t stay frustrated – take action.  There is a legal remedy.  Contact a Toyota Lemon Law attorney today at (888) 407-2955.

Is Your Toyota a “Lemon”?

A “lemon” is a car, van, truck, SUV or other vehicle that keeps breaking down. You take it into the garage for repairs over and over, yet the result always seems to be the same – sub-standard performance.  Whether it’s jerky acceleration, a moonroof that doesn’t work or a wide array of other mechanical or electrical problems, these vehicles never function correctly, or as they should.

To determine whether you have a Toyota Lemon Law claim, check to see whether your vehicle is still under the original Toyota Motor Company warranty. If it is, you probably have a claim.  If you own a used car or truck, then you will need one of three specific warranties to have a Toyota Lemon Law claim.  These warranties are discussed in greater detail in a separate section below.  Either way, you need to make a “reasonable number of attempts” to have a Toyota dealership or certified mechanic try to repair the defect before pursuing a legal claim under Toyota Lemon Law. 

Find out more in: Do You Have a Lemon?

What Remedies Can a Toyota Lemon Law Attorney Pursue?

You might be wondering, “Will Toyota buy back my car?”  You’re in luck – California has one of the most extensive Toyota Lemon Laws in the nation to protect consumers.  If it turns out that you have a lemon, your options are 1) to have Toyota Motor Company repurchase or replace your vehicle or 2) negotiate a cash settlement with the manufacturer. When you hire Neale & Fhima, our Toyota Lemon Law lawyers will help you take a look at your options so you can make an informed decision. 

Find out more in: What to Do if You Have a Lemon.

The other great thing is that our attorneys work on contingency, which means that you don’t need any money up front to hire a lemon law lawyer.  We don’t get paid until you get paid.  Our fees are paid by Toyota as part of a settlement agreement or jury award.  If for some reason your claim is not successful, then you don’t owe us anything.  Don’t let a lack of funds prevent you from pursuing a Toyota Lemon Law claim.

You might be wondering what defects are covered under the Toyota Lemon Law.  California law stipulates that “nonconformities” must be present.  These are defined as any defect or malfunction that is covered by the manufacturer’s original warranty.  Nonconformities compromise the use, value or safety of the Toyota. Our skilled and experienced Toyota Lemon Law attorneys can explain the ins and outs of nonconformities in greater detail and help determine whether you have a claim.

Under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, if you purchase a defective vehicle, you are legally entitled to a refund, or the Toyota can be replaced at the manufacturer’s cost.  The lemon law attorneys at Neale & Fhima fight the big auto manufacturers to enforce the lemon law rights of people living in California.

Why Should I Select Neale & Fhima?

Our Toyota Lemon Law attorneys are some of the best in California.  We’ve taken many of these cases to court and successfully secured legal remedies for our clients. The team at Neale & Fhima is committed to each and every client’s case, and we don’t rest until we’ve aggressively pursued compensation on your behalf.

Here are a few of the reasons you should choose us:

  • Experience. Our attorneys have more than 40 years of combined experience representing Toyota Lemon Law clients.
  • Results. We have achieved a 99 percent success rate on behalf of our clients.

If you have a defective Camry, Highlander or Rav4, you should talk to one of our Toyota Lemon Law attorneys. You don’t have to put up with the headache of unending trips to the repair shop. Call Neale & Fhima at (888) 407-2955 or tell us your story online. We’re here to help you solve this problem.

What Are the Steps To Filing a Toyota Lemon Law Claim?

The process starts by filing a claim against Toyota Motor Company.  One of our attorneys at Neale & Fhima can do this on your behalf.  You will have to show that you’ve made several attempts to have the vehicle repaired, so save all of your receipts, work orders and used parts from your trips to the mechanic.  We will need these documents when constructing a strong lemon law claim.

Some used cars are also covered under Toyota Lemon Law, depending on whether your car has a warranty.  If you have one of three specific warranties, then you may be protected.  Here are the three types of warranties that qualify:

  • Transferred New Car Warranty
  • Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Warranty
  • Lemon Law Buyback Warranty

A Neale & Fhima used car lemon law attorney would be glad to help you sort your way through this somewhat complicated maze of used-car warranties to determine whether you have a claim.

Contact a Toyota Lemon Law Attorney Today

There’s a legal remedy you’re entitled to if you’ve been unlucky enough to have purchased a Toyota lemon.  Rather than making one more trip to the repair shop, contact a skilled Toyota Lemon Law attorney now.  The lawyers at Neale & Fhima have helped many Toyota consumers secure financial settlements or replacement vehicles by proving their clients were sold lemons.  Call us today at (888) 407-2955 for a free initial consultation about your case.  Don’t wait!